Chutney, a very popular Indian condiment that is served along with the meals. There are many types of Chutneys made in Indian which varies in taste depending upon which state of India it belongs too. There are many South Indian Chutneys like Coconut Chutney, Chana Dal Chutney, Tomato Chutney etc which is served along with Dosa and Idli for Breakfast, but then there are chutneys like Lahsun Ki Chutney and Hari Chutney which are very popular in North Indian households.
But here, we are talking about 3 delectable and easy to make Chutneys, which are used to make Chaats, popular Indian Street Food and can also be served along with snacks like Pakoras, Samosa, Kachori, Dhokla etc. There three delicious Chutneys are Date Tamarind Chutney, Coriander Mint Chutney and Garlic Chutney.
Date Tamarind Chutney, is a tangy sweet chutney which ic made of Dates, Tamarind and Jaggery. This Chutney adds a tangy sweet taste to your chaats which makes them even more delicious. Green/Hari Chutney is a combination of Coriander Leaves, Mint Leaves and Green Chillies. It adds spiciness and freshness to your chaats. It is also served along with snacks such as Samosa, Kachora, Pakora, Dhokla etc or simply served along with the meals as a side accompaniment.
The last one, Lahsun Chutney or Garlic Chutney is a classic combination of Garlic and Dry Red Chillies. It is very spicy and popularly made in the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. It is also used in the famous Maharashtrian snack, Vada Pav which gives it that spicy taste.
So if you are planning to make Chaats for you next house party, do not forget to make these 3 delectable and easy Chutneys. Do try them and let us know how you liked it?
A perfect combination of Tangy and Sweet, Date Tamarind Chutney is a perfect addition to all your chaats as it brings out the flavour in it.
It is an essential component in Chaats like Pani Puri, Bhel Puri, Samosa and more. Topping this chutney for chaats is an absolute must to have the best chaat experience.
Green Chutney, also known as Dhaniya Pudina Chutney or Coriander Mint Chutney is an essential in North Indian households. it is used in Chaats and also served as a side with Pakoras and Bhajjis. It is also served along with the meals as a side accompaniment.
You can make this chutney and store in the fridge for about a week. It is also served with Dhoklas and other Gujarati Farsaans.
Garlic Chutney, this spicy Chutney is very popular in Rajasthan and is especially made and consumed during winters with Bajra or Makki Ki Roti.
It is also popularly used in Chaats, like Vada Pav, Chillas etc. The pungent aroma along with the lemon and red chillies brings out the flavor of this chutney and the addition of this in any dish makes it even more delicious.